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Trump Has A Point About The Media

Yesterday, President Trump launched one of his trademarked tweetstorms against the Democrats and the establishment media to predictable howls of protest from both.

“Heading to Helsinki, Finland – looking forward to meeting with President Putin tomorrow. Unfortunately, no matter how well I do at the Summit, if I was given the great city of Moscow as retribution for all of the sins and Mueller indictus Russiansevils committed by Russia over the years, I would return to criticism that it wasn’t good enough – that I should have gotten Saint Petersburg in addition!" Trump tweeted.

"Much of our news media is indeed the enemy of the people and all the Dems know how to do is resist and obstruct!" he continued. "This is why there is such hatred and dissension in our country – but at some point, it will heal!"

Democrats have called for the Trump – Putin meeting to be scrapped, with Senator Charles Schumer of New York tweeting: Cancel the Putin meeting. Now.

Other Democrats demanded Trump cancel the meeting in light of the recent indictments of 12 Russian military officers, expressing concerns that Trump is not adequately prepared to confront Putin on the matter.

However, the Democrat’s claims were contradicted by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who said on Friday the President had been briefed on the indictments.

The establishment media took to Twitter to cry about being labeled “the enemy of the people” with Jake Tapper tweeting, “On the eve of a summit with Putin, critics of whom in the journalistic community often end up jailed or murdered, President Trump calls journalists the enemy of the people.”

Prof. Seth Abramson, legal and political analysis for CNN, BBC, CBS, VanityFair, and other Lefty outlets invoked a non-political attack on a local Baltimore media outlet and tweeted, “Just two weeks after the massacre of journalists in Maryland, Trump says he *understands* the hatred of journalists because they're "the enemy of the people." The man is grotesque, despicable, risible, troglodytic, traitorous, obscene... I'm out of words. Simply put, he's a turd.

However, the twitterverse is an unforgiving place, and many of the President’s supports defending his characterization of the media and many of the anti-media hashtags and comments were severe.

With @PaulHook_em tweeting:

This is why people don't trust the media. Jim Acosta tweets that he asked the President a question and he wouldn't answer. In reality he was shouting out of turn from the other side of a loud room like the little prick he is. #EnemyOfThePeople

@AnnaBD20

The #TrumpPutin meeting has been branded as the greatest danger to humanity, according to the Western globalist elite , because of the danger that "peace could break between Russia and the United States".

@RealMAGASteve

Schumer wants Trump to cancel his meeting with Putin: “Someone needs to remind @SenSchumer that the party in the minority doesn't get to set and make foreign policy decisions." — Rep. John Radcliffe To bad Chuckie, I guess you forgot Obama met w/Putin!

@relatnshp_huh

Journalist are the enemy, spreading lies and propaganda. Just once I'd like to see CNN, MSNBC, ABC actually tell a fact based story.

President Trump is right about the media being the enemy of the people, “the people” being Average Joe working Americans, and here are just two of many recent examples that will illustrate why this is so.

Never forget that HBO’s “Real Time” host Bill Maher came right out and admitted that he hopes the American economy will crash so that President Donald Trump will be voted out of office.

 “I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point, and by the way, I’m hoping for it because I think one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy,” Maher said during the June 8 show.

Vanity Fair, the magazine for the urban elite that employs the Prof. Seth Abramson cited above as an analyst who called President Trump grotesque, despicable, risible, troglodytic, traitorous, obscene and a turd, recently published a column by William D. Cohan, saying:

“It’s not that Donald Trump is immoral and a racist and a xenophobe and ignorant and vulgar and narcissistic,” he said. “That’s not really the problem we have. The problem we have is that 40 percent of the American population is strongly supportive of him, regardless of what he does. The reality is Hillary Clinton was right when she called them the ‘Deplorables.’ And, by the way, his base is either a combination of ignorance, stupidity and, at best, amorality. They’re the problem in this country. That’s how divided this country’s become, that we have 40 percent of our population looking at this person and saying, ‘Go, baby, go,’ right? That’s the problem.”

While the political establishment continues to attack President Trump for his “enemy of the people” comment about the media, Americans out in flyover country tend to wonder what else you would call an institution that employs people who regularly wish for them to fail and for their lives to be harder.

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